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Kakinohana (persimmon flower) sashiko Bundel by Sashiko.Lab


  • 1 sheet of white cotton sashiko fabric, pre-printed with a dot grid, 34 cm/13.4 in square
  • 1 dark grey compressed chalk pencil
  • 1 package of 6 sashiko needles in 4 sizes
  • 4 skeins of green cotton sashiko thread, 20 m/22 yd
  • PDF patterns and video course


What is the KAKINOHANA pattern? In Japanese, “kaki” means persimmon, and “hana” means flower. “Kakinohana” is one of the hitomezashi patterns which resembles a persimmon flower. The Kakinohana pattern consists of horizontal and vertical lines only. And yet, it makes a simple and beautiful pattern which is loved since ancient times.

The downloadable file contains 9 pages and 4 video links. Please NOTE this is a VIDEO COURSE plus PDF PATTERNS and not an online workshop.

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